Prince Charles (pictured) has urged Scott Morrison to join other world leaders in Glasgow at the end of this month for COP26.
Today’s Quick Climate Links are:
“Prince Charles urges Scott Morrison to attend climate summit” from The New Daily;
And from ABC News it’s: “Prince Charles urges Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and other leaders to attend COP26”;
CleanTechnica has a story headed: “IN: Arctic Experts & Scientists; OUT: Unqualified Political Operatives”;
And from the Red Team Analysis Society: “The Military and the “Climate Blowback” – Summer 2021 (1)”;
Again from The New Daily: “Paul Bongiorno: Hot air and slogans are masking a government falling apart”;
Now it’s five stories from The Guardian:
Inside Climate News asks the question: “Can the World’s Most Polluting Heavy Industries Decarbonize?”;
Yale Climate Connections tells readers: “More ships are crossing the Arctic, worrying many local Indigenous people”;
Now it is two stories from the Melbourne Age:
The New York Times takes a look at the Dixie Fire: “Inside the Massive and Costly Fight to Contain the Dixie Fire”;
From Reuters: “U.S., EU line up over 20 more countries for global methane pact”;
Australia’s Impress Media tells readers: “NSW retirement village 1.2MW Enphase-based private grid network gains five-year payback from cutting power costs”;
And finally, two stories from Medium:
Enjoy “Music for a Warming World”.